Infrastructure

Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. Listen to a podcast of our roundup. Paycor introduced its Developer Portal, which facilitates easy data transfer across a user's third-party systems and their HR and payroll software. The Developer Portal provides the API and resources to build apps...
Beginning in May, New York State employers will be required disclose their electronic monitoring of workers' use of technology such as videoconferencing or the internet. Bloomberg notes the law comes as more workers depend on technology to get their jobs done. At the same time, the law comes into effect as...
While HR departments generally rely on relatively few integrations to support their decision-making, they have aggressive plans to address and improve their organization’s overall employee experience. A survey by Jitterbit, a company focused on API integrations, also found that HR is pursuing a holistic approach to identifying key employee experience...
Workday named Google Cloud as a preferred cloud partner across core industries including healthcare, financial services and retail. The company said Google Cloud will help businesses run Workday enterprise applications for finance, HR and planning in a public cloud environment. Workday believes businesses must adopt digital strategies that help improve...
Mark: Welcome to PeopleTech, the podcast of the HCM Technology Report. I'm Mark Feffer. Mark: My guest today is John Marcantonio senior director of evangelism and federated development at Lifion by ADP. Our subject is low code development. What is it, what it means for HR tech and what it...
The Covid-19 pandemic has spurred businesses to think of the employee experience more holistically, as a dynamic that’s impacted not only by their managers, teammates and HR, but by how workers interact with departments across the organization and the very tools they use to get their jobs done. As a...
Sponsored Jesse White is chief architect of systems reliability engineering at Lifion by ADP, who regularly writes and speaks about the cloud, cybersecurity, DevOps and site reliability engineering. We talked about how organizations in general, and HR in particular, are keeping up with increasingly complex technology. You’ve written about the “global...
Employees and IT departments hold different views on the effectiveness of service desks, something to consider as organizations examine the overall employee experience and look for clues as to how they can improve their approach to HR services, even when separate teams are involved. A survey by Nexthink, which provides...
Integrations are a key factor in putting together HR technology solutions. For all the power offered by brand-name suites, the ability to combine core products with third-party offerings has become ubiquitous, to the point where most CHROs and CIOs consider it table stakes. That’s why even the biggest vendors—companies like...
Sponsored Data and technology are bedrocks of today’s talent acquisition world, but they also make the TA team’s job complex. Consider: When sourcing candidates, employers navigate through a range of data sets and systems. LinkedIn has its database, Indeed has another, Dice has another. Then, as they move into the...